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. >>> an opposite sides of the world, president obama and hussein hurani prayed. but there's sharp criticism from israel and those in power in washington, d.c. there were hand shapes all around when the landmark deal. in exchange the west eases about $7 billion worth of the economic sanctions crippling the islamic republic. for now the main sanctions remain. iran's newly elected president hailed the deal. >> cracks have been made in the regime of sanctions and as time pass it is cracks will grow wider. >> reporter: but israel's prime minister called out against the accord calling it a mistake. >> israel will not bound by this agreement. we cannot and will not allow for a regime that calls for the deinstruction of israel. >> reporter: the words hinted at a threat of an israeli break down. the skepticism was echoed by some u.s. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle. >> we are very concerned as to whether iran will live up to even these commitments. >> we trusted the iranians before on nuclear issues and what have we gotten for it. >> reporter: if iran is caught trying to build a nuclear weapon the w
is struck with iran, limiting that country's ability to create nuclear weapons. >> president obama tonight welcomed that landmark deal between world powers and iran, over tehran's nuclear program. >> the president said the deal would cut off iran's most likely paths to a bomb and was the result of an unprecedented sanction and intense diplomacy. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new path towards a world that is more secure, a future in which we can verify iran's nuclear program is peaceful and that it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> today's deal was reached after marathon bargain sessions which bought u.s. secretary of state john kerry. >> intense talks in geneva coming to a close as a deal has been reached. iran has agreed to limit key parts of its nuclear program in exchange for reducing economic sanctions placed on the country. >> we will refrain from imposing new sanctions and alout iranian government access to a portion of the revenue that they have been denied through sanctions. >> i hope as we go along, we can start restoring the lost confidence. >> six countries includin
right. from ornaments to ottomans, memories are made with ikea. >>> president obama took some time away from his family to call 10 minutes of the u.s. military from the oval office. the white house released this photo of the president on the phone. president obama thanked them for their service and wished them and their families a happy thanksgiving. the recipients of the calls weren't revealed. president obama expressed his gratitude for all the men and women serving in the military and the first americans. >> we give thanks for the men and women who set sale nearly four centuries ago risking everything at the chance for a better life and people already hear. our native american brothers and sisters. >> some conservatives were angry president obama made no mention of god in the address. >> it is because of the bravery of our troops and their willingness to endure tremendous hardships that we're able to be at home with our families this holiday season. >> south carolina senator delivered the republican thanksgiving address focusing on his gratitude for the military. and he did mention g
of december the dow would have recorded its best year in a decade. >>> president obama is scheduled to visit california. the visit comes after the botched roll out of the health care law. just as the president's approval rating has hit a new low. >> reporter: even if he doesn't stop by for a sandwich. nina los is excited to see the president. >> very exciteing to see the president, i hope i stay open. >> reporter: nina's cafe living across the street from the jazz center. crews today put up no parking signs after organizers raised eyebrows by cutting some ticket prices in half. seats were marked down to $500. >> it's great to be able to offer them to folk who is want to see the president and want to support him but don't have the capacity to pay a four figure plate -- them to folks who want to see the president. >> reporter: the private appearance at the betty ong recreation center. >> all of us who give him checks always encourage him to do something like that but he has the hardest schedule in the entire planet. >> he is trying to resuscitate the broad comprehensive immigration form that w
details on that typhoon disaster. the obama administration said it made aid available to provide immediate assistance with clean water, sanitation yawn health care, u.s. aid which is the lead u.s. agency for international humanitarian response has sent a team to assess which areas need the most help. a typhoon relief drive is set for tomorrow in the bay area organized from pachter pearls in san bruno. group is collecting canned and dried goods as well as baby food, shravanoo and toothpaste to send to the affected area. >>> tonight typhoon haiyan is heading for vietnam and here is a view of massive storm from the international space station. our meteorologist mark tamayo joins us with more on storm's current palk. >> that typhoon right now half as strong as what it was two days ago. you can see the satellite and overall weakening process. it's not as organized as you see typhoon powerful. winds right now 100 miles per hour, that is sustained moving to the west-northwest at 20 miles per hour. the line you can see here is the path of the structive path over the past few days with the superty
to delay the $68 billion project for months or longer. >>> president obama is put on the spot during a policy speech today in san francisco. the president wanted to turn up the heat on congress applying pressure in a push for immigration reform. >> but it turns out he's the one who felt the heat from a student at san francisco state. heather holmes is here now with more on the young man who caused the president to go off script today. >> that's right, frank. when ktvu asked that student protester about his outburst, he said he was courageously speaking up when he urged the president to immediately halt deportations saying his own family had been separated. president obama may be relieved this trip to san francisco was a quick one. >> most importantly we will live up -- >> my family is separated. >> most importantly we will live up -- >> after an invited guest at a chinatown speech put him on the defensive. >> that's exactly what we're talking about here. >> every single day. >> that's why we're here. >> the appearance at the chinese recreation center was supposed to feature president
resumed today and visitors got a vip surprise. the white house released these pictures of president obama and michelle obama welcoming people to the tours. right now there's only enough money allocated for the tours until june. >>> a piece of history for sale, how you can take home part of candle stick park after it closes for good. >> bill martin tracking changes in our weather. he's back with his complete forecast. >> and in two minutes a century old relic found under san francisco streets. how the discovery is now driving up the cost of a subway project. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>> we have updated election numbers now from sunny vale where voters seemed inclined to adopt new restrictions on gun stores and gun owners with 41% of the precincts reporting. the nra has vowed to sue if measure c passes. >>
now have that video and say they're investigating the attack. >>> president obama marked this veteran's day at arlington memorial cemetery. >> reporter: the president layed a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns. he said america's longest war the war in afghanistan is soon coming to an end and he said americans must never forget the men and women who have served in the military. >> on this hillside of solemn remembrance and in veterans halls and in proud parades across america, we join as one people to honor a debt we can never truly repay. >>> president obama honored officer overton. listen to this. he survived the attack on pearl harbor and then went on to fight at okinawa and iwogima. >>> tonight two investigates millions of the dollars in medical malpractice settlements involves veterans. here's ktvu's ken pritchett. >> reporter: this is mackey. he died a veteran but long after he served his country. >> he came into the hospital for a very treatable condition and unfortunately never left. >> reporter: attorney niley dorret represented mackey's family. mackey went into the v.a. hospi
the disciplinary action may be discriminatory. the hospital has not commented. >>> president obama said he is trying to fix the botched roll out of the affordable care act today he proposed a solution to a problem that's been haunting him. the president said he wants people losing their insurance to be allowed to keep their health plan for another year even if those plans don't comply with the new law. president obama repeatedly promised if people could keep their plans if they liked them. he also admitted he fumbled the roll out. >> but we always knew this was going to be hard. there's a reason why folks who have tried to do it for 100 years and hadn 't done it. and it's complicated. >> reporter: tomorrow the house is scheduled to vote on a republican bill that allows people to keep their health plans even if they don't comply with the law. the senate is considering a democratic sponsored bill to reinstate similar coverage permanently. premiums could go up. >>> state attorney general camela harris shut down 10 health care website that is were made to look like california's but she says ar
news. >> way to go miles, way to say gotham. >> reporter: everyone president obama got in on the bat kid saga. the president recorded that message to cheer on miles the cape crusader. >>> and the headline in the chronicle reads bat kids saves city. the edition is complete with stories and photos of bat kids heroic actions throughout gotham. the chronicle is actually reprinting an updated version for tomorrow's edition. >>> you can go to ktvu.com to watch all of bat kid's adventures. our web team has posted unedited video. just scroll down and look under hot topics. >>> at 10:30, holy empathy. our deborah villalon speaks to a psychologist, it all has to do with the brain. >>> area weekend is upon us. here comes the weather system that's coming from the north. we've talked about it it's a cold weather system it's a dry weather system. the main impact around here it's going to be cooler nights obviously and cooler days. daytime highs next couple of days. not in the 70s as they have been but they're going to be more in the 60s. low 60s and mid-60s as best. and what you're looking at is
. the obama administration hopes it will be operating smoothly by the end of november. >> the dc circuit ruled the law interferes with the religious rights with business owners who are catholic. whether our government can force religious business owners to pay for abortion causing drugs or contraceptives. >> an employer shouldn't have the right to deny the people who work at that institution their right to follow their consensus. >> because of differing opinions from other circuits this may go to the u.s. supreme court. >>> cover california lost an insurer officials removed the alameda alliance for health because it didn't meet requirements. the east bay nonprofit said it is temple rarely. that leaves levin surers -- 11 insurers. >>> the bitter labor dispute. union members ratified a tentative agreement. both sides say they will benefit. members approved the deal. employees want a 15% pay hike with increased medical and pension contribution. but bart managers earned the right to change outdated work rules and introduce new technology. you will be stunned at the way this place operates because
president obama asked him to be treasury secretary helping chart a course through the financial crisis. >>> new york is ready for a new mayor, bill deblasio is getting attention. the mayor-elect and his wife have shattered a barrier for politicians, a white man married to an african-american woman. it caused some tabloid attacks. one theme was to end new york's stop and fisk policy. >>> federal health officials gave the go-ahead to a vaccine for meningitis. the latest case on the campus was confirmed last week. that student is still in the hospital. >> i remember it was instant. she went from feeling almost fine to 103 fever. >> meningitis is rare in the u.s. and can be deadly. a vaccine is used in other parts of the world but has not been approved for widespread use in the u.s. a supply is being imported for use in princeton. >>> a southern california high school is considering a face lift for the mascot. the coachella arab drew a formal complaint. the district refuses to give up the name which dates from the 1920s but is gathering ideas of the appearance perhaps changing the mascot t
for all americans as their right not a privilege. >> reporter: president obama met with assurance executives on friday in hopes of getting their support to renew policy that is were cancelled. >>> new video of tonight shows the effect of typhoon haiyan as it surged through the philippine island. haiyan was the biggest typhoon ever to make land fall. >> we have to gather food. we have to gather water. we have to make anything out of anything that we have left. >> reporter: people in the devastated city waited for long lines to get rations of water and sardines. >>> here in the bay area relief efforts continue even though there's concern of what they're calling donor fatigue. raising funds and supplies here doesn't seem to be a problem. >> reporter: inside the church of st. isabela there were prayers for those lost. and outside the church on parish grounds an effort to render aid to the victims of typhoon. one of those tropping off supplies is azella metzger. >> my uncle was lost. thankfully they all survived. >> reporter: after more than a week of the disaster, news reports today s
for tomorrow. >>> the obama association is tapping into silican talent to fix the problems with health care.com. the center for medicare and medicaid services says the high tech manpower will help solve issues to handle large scale operations. the government is promising that the site will be running properly by the end of next month. >>> our connective world is getting even more connected. now the faa is allowing passengers to use electronic devices. travelers had a universal reaction tonight. it's about time. deborah. >> reporter: it's a rule that frustrating passengers and some shrug at it. several passengers left their cell phone on when it was supposed to be off. but soon it won't matter anymore. >> when you can get diamonds and stuff. >> reporter: mind craft on his i pad mini kept robert entertained flying five hours today. >> it occupies his time really well. we're really looking forward to when we can play all the way through till the landing. how does that sound. >> reporter: for delta customers that day may be tomorrow. it's the first airline to clear the faa required safety check
to screen people before they walk inside the airport. in oakland, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> the obama administration says the fixes to the health care website were slow due to computer crashes but the experts working on the site say it is working faster now and should be running smoothly by the end of the month. only six people managed to enroll on october 1st and 3 million more tried to access it. the white house said those numbers are unofficial and it will release an accurate count in the next week. >>> alliance health has been removed. it was set up to offer no or low cost coverage to alameda residents. alameda alliance could get back into the exchange at some point. it was one of a dozen plans offered. >>> a mountain lion that attracted a lot of attention back in may when it was rescued from an acuaduct has now been killed by a cat. the big cat was known to researchers as 39m. it was caught, tagged then released. yesterday morning the cat was hit by a vehicle on highway 17 near vine hill road. researchers hoped to learn from its death and protect other animals. they're working w
the road and lost control causing the bus to flip over. >>> president obama offered apalagies today to americans who have to give up their current health insurance plans because of the affordable care act. he promised people wouldn't have to give up their plans if they didn't want to. >> i am sorry are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. >> on nbc news the president said he assigned his team to find ways to close the gaps in the law. republicans up their attacks. >>> the senate passed a bill outlining work place discriminations against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender but it may end there. it took the support of democrats and republicans for a final vote of 64-32. advocates call it a major victory. senate majority leader harry reid said 80% of americans believe it is against the law. >> well it isn't already the law but that is what they feel so let's just do what they already thinks exists. >> speaker of the house john boehner said it is not necessary and says he will refuse to allow it to come up for a vote. 22 states already have laws
up for the health insurance program. today, the obama administration announced the first official numbers. it said 106,000 people have selected health insurance plans in the first six weeks. the administration had hoped for half a million by now. here in california, the covered california website has been far more successful than the national website. an estimated 6 million californians still don't have health insurance. ktvu's allie rasmus tonight on the progress and why many people haven't signed up. >> reporter: when michelle boseman gets sick there's only one place for her to go. >> the emergency room of course. >> reporter: using the emergency room for regular healthcare is exactly what state and federal health officials don't want people to do. it's supposed to help the uninsured sign up for coverage under the affordable care act. she signed up, but didn't follow through. >> a hassle. i don't like the hassle. >> reporter: the cover california website went live on october 1. in the first month, 30,000 californians enrolled. since november, it's picked up with another 29,000 s
trip is scheduled through december 5th. >>> president obama's self- imposedded deadline for the health care website to be working, is almost here. by midnight tomorrow he has said he wants the government website to be working for most people, 80%. since it launched october 1st that site has been plagued with problems and teams of experts have been brought in to try to fix them. >>> developing news in scotland where a police helicopter crashes on to a pub. >> how these knock offs will do more than waste your money. >> the next move for toronto's embattled mayor and how it may bring him even more notoriety >>> developing news from scotland a police helicopter has crashed on the a crowded pub. there are numerous casualties but are not saying if anyone is dead. three people were onboard the hell copper and an unknown number -- helicopter and an unknown number of patrons are trapped inside. witnesses say about 120 people were inside at the time. work is under way to try to prevent that building from collapsing. >>> as the holiday season heats up, experts say counterfeiters are working overt
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